Thank you for your interest in the NC State Housing Conduct Board!
The Housing Conduct Board is a great opportunity to not only give back to your community, but also take on a leadership position within University Housing at NC State. Below you will find the answers to some commonly asked questions about the Housing Judicial Board, as well as all of the application materials. All applications must be submitted via email.
Applications must be submitted before 5pm on Friday, September 19, 2014.
What is the Housing Conduct Board?
The Housing Conduct Board is a panel of residents, who have been selected and trained to adjudicate alleged student violations. It is the responsibility of this board to hear testimony, review evidence, attach responsibility and render sanctions.
Are there specific requirements for Housing Conduct Board Officers?
Yes. All Housing Conduct Board Justices must:
- have and maintain at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA.
- be at minimum, a second semester freshman with at least 12 credit hours completed.
- reside within University Housing.
- NOT have an active disciplinary record with NC State and/or University Housing.
- be able to attend Conduct Board Training on October 6-7, 2014.
What is the average time commitment for Housing Conduct Board Justices?
Housing Conduct Board Justices can expect to dedicate 5-10 hours per month to the position, including reviewing case materials, hearing cases, case preparation meetings, staff meetings, trainings and professional developments, in addition to position-specific responsibilities.
Can a Housing Conduct Board Justice be employed on campus?
Absolutely! The Housing Conduct Board does not hold restrictions on where students may work on campus, nor how many hours they can work in those positions.
How do I apply?
Are there interviews
Yes. Applicants identified as potential justices must complete a 30-minute interview to be held the week of September 22-26, 2014. Please select your desired interview time via the following link: HCB Interviews.
When will Justices be selected and how will they be notified?
Offers will be sent to applicants on September 29, 2014. Applicants will have until October 3, 2014 to accept the position.
Any alternate positions will be offered by October 3, 2014, and those applicants will have until October 5, 2014 to accept the position.
Is Training involved?
Yes. If selected, you will become a part of a very important team within University Housing and we want to make sure that you have all the tools necessary to be successful. Training for all successfully selected candidates will take place on October 6-7, 2014. Justices will be permitted to move into their residence hall early, if necessary, to attend training.
If you have any questions regarding the Housing Conduct Board, please email Dr. Janine M. Weaver-Douglas or call her at (919) 602-9241.